Google Bans Ads From Christian Publishing Company
Google Bans Ads From Christian Publishing Company Because They Mention Jesus and The Bible
Concordia Publishing House has reported that Google explicitly stated to their organization that Jesus and the Bible are banned references in regards to advertisements.
Google cannot legally remove websites and or content deemed by the organization to be offensive on platforms they do not own; however, being that Google controls a vast majority of online searching operations, Google can control how often such content is seen by the public.
Google informed Concordia Publishing House that it could remove the references to Jesus Christ and the Bible for reconsideration.
“Clearly, CPH does not agree with Google’s decision in this matter. If we are willing to remove references to our faith in our ads or website, then we will be allowed to use remarketing ads with Google. Simply stated, we are not willing to sacrifice our beliefs to comply with Google’s requirements,” Kintz also said.